Metro Transportation Licensing Commission sets rules for party vehicles

  • Metro Transportation Licensing Fee sets policies for social gathering automobiles

In a crowded jury assembly area, Mayor John Cooper stood just before the Metro Transportation Licensing Commission and spoke robust terms. 

“It is really time to control the get together,” he claimed. 

Cooper, along with At-Huge Council Member Bob Mendes, appeared right before the commission’s regular conference Thursday to be set on report about the draft guidelines for Nashville’s enjoyment vehicles

The Mayor requested for an 11 p.m. curfew and restrictions all through rush hour. He reported he observed no cause to have unenclosed autos on Nashville’s streets. All those were being just two of the troubles the commission took up throughout the just about 6-hour conference. 

Celebration motor vehicle restrictions:Owners, nearby groups spar more than routes, sounds and operating hours

Beforehand:With the state’s get together car invoice on Gov. Lee’s desk, Nashville refines neighborhood regulations